Casting and additional tour dates announced for THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME

Back by popular demand, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time will open at Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre on 20 November before embarking on a UK and Ireland tour, marking ten years of the production which originated at the National Theatre in 2012.

The full cast joining the production is Marc Benga (ensemble), David Breeds (Christopher), Jacob Coleman (understudy Christopher and swing), Connor Curren (Christopher), Kofi De-Graft-Jordan (Mr Thompson), Ashley Gerlach (Mr Shears), Joanne Henry (Mrs Alexander), Siu-See Hung (Punk Girl), Kate Kordel (Judy on alternate weeks), Sibylla Meienberg (ensemble), David Monteith (Reverend Peters), Tom Peters (Ed), Joe Rawlinson-Hunt (ensemble), Rebecca Root (Siobhan), Hannah Sinclair Robinson (Mrs Shears), Sophie Stone (Judy on alternate weeks) and Rebecca Wilson (ensemble).

A Relaxed Performance is announced for London at Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre at 2pm on Wednesday 5 January, with tickets available via curiousonstage.com soon. Relaxed Performances are perfect for anyone who would benefit from a more relaxed performance environment and sensory adaptions. These performances allow for noise and movement in the auditorium, re-entry when needed and a chill-out space for patrons who may need time away from the performance, as well as adjustments to light and sound effects for those with sensory sensitivities. A second Relaxed Performance will take place on the tour, with details announced soon. Captioned, Audio Described and British Sign Language performances are available across the tour. For more information visit venue websites.

Mark Haddon’s novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time was published in 2003 and is the winner of more than 17 literary awards, including the prestigious Whitbread Book of the Year Award. The novel has been translated into 44 languages and has sold more than 5.5 million copies worldwide.

Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre, London – 20 November 2021 – 9 January 2022
New Theatre, Cardiff – 11 January – 15 January 2022
Grand Opera House, Belfast – 18 January – 22 January 2022
Mayflower Theatre, Southampton – 25 January – 29 January 2022
Theatre Royal, Nottingham –  8 February – 12 February 2022
Lyceum, Sheffield – 15 February – 19 February 2022
Festival Theatre, Edinburgh – 22 February – 26 February 2022
Theatre Royal, Newcastle – 1 March – 5 March 2022
Manchester Opera House – 8 March – 12 March 2022
Liverpool Empire – 22 March – 26 March 2022
Birmingham Hippodrome – 29 March – 2 April 2022
King’s Theatre Glasgow – 5 April – 9 April 2022
Leeds Grand Theatre – 12 April – 16 April 2022
Truro Hall for Cornwall – 19 April – 23 April 2022
Bord Gais Energy Theatre, Dublin – 26 April – 30 April 2022
Theatre Royal Norwich  – 3 May – 7 May 2022
The Orchard Theatre Dartford – 10 May – 14 May 2022
Wycombe Swan – 17 May – 21 May 2022
Bromley Churchill Theatre  – 31 May – 4 June 2022